Marina Ovsyannikova, editor of The First Channel of Russian TV, who showed the anti-war poster live, gave the first short interview.

Marina Ovsyannikova was detained by the police and taken to the court, which sentenced her to a fine of 30,000 rubles ($ 278), but not for her flash mob on the air, but for her appeal, which she had made before.

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